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FOX News
Sep 10, 2010 7:00pm EDT
happens now? >> well, the judge who made the ruling, shep, virginia phillips still has to draft and file the injunction. once that happens, the government then has one week to respond. and the government says that it will absolutely appeal. this the government today maintains that judge philip overstepped her bounds that she does not have the authority to just instill a national ban on don't ask, don't tell. the government also says that this thing does not belong in the courts. that, in fact, it is a political issue. and it belongs in congress. the house of representatives voted to repeal don't ask, don't tell back in may. the senate will take this up this year. and president obama has also vowed to repeal don't ask, don't tell, shep. >> shepard: trace, what kind of response from the two sides on this issue today? >> well, the group log cabin republicans, which is a conservative gay rights group, they are the one that filed this lawsuit back in 2004. they are saying because of don't ask, don't tell, some 13,500 members of the military have been fired since 1994. today, the group issued
FOX News
Sep 7, 2010 7:00pm EDT
just a short distance downstream from where that teen was stuck. a fire at a west virginia racetrack has killed 29 horses, according to a local fire chief. this is cell phone video of the flames. they destroyed, we're told, four stables at charlestown, races in the eastern part of the state. we're also told a couple of the captured this video helped authorities save more than 20 horses. you can hear the man here warning people to get out of there. >> hey, this roof is on fire. you people need to move. the roof is on fire. >> shepard: area newspaper reports investigators are still looking into the possibility that an arsonist is to blame. a pair of 70-foot columns from the world trade center returned to that site today. the columns came from the wreckage of the north tower. and for the last few years, they have rested at a hanger at jfk international airport in new york. today, teams brought those 50-ton columns back to ground zero where they are set to stand sentinel at the entrance to the museum. >> i said there are two priorities that we have. number one is to build something that
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